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Old 08-15-2014, 02:33 PM   #1
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Default BOV for the 2013+ eco is there an upgrade available yet??

I got a 2013 eco and want a better than stock BOV. I know the 13+ is electronic but someone has to make one any ideas??
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I got a 2013 eco and want a better than stock BOV. I know the 13+ is electronic but someone has to make one any ideas??
Why? What is it you are trying to accomplish with a "better" BOV?
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Why? What is it you are trying to accomplish with a "better" BOV?
In my experience, for some people better=louder.
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In my experience, for some people better=louder.
Oh well, then --- by all means. (insert high pitched whistling WOOOOOSH! here)
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Though I should say, while I don't know how it applies here, those tuned running higher boost may need a different bov. I know nothing about these and their capabilities.
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Though I should say, while I don't know how it applies here, those tuned running higher boost may need a different bov. I know nothing about these and their capabilities.
I don't either....perhaps I need to rein in a bit here until he answers what it is he is trying to accomplish with a different BOV......I do know that you can run higher boost pressure, which I don't think would be a good idea with the stock engine.
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Working on it!
I have aluminum charge pipe replacements available now but they're expensive!
$750 for a set of charge pipes with silicone couplers, we can add a Tial for $260 to that price. I haven't publicly talked about them because they are so much.
I'm working on a cheaper alternative.
For the 13's you would just zip tie your stock BoV to the charge pipe but leave it hooked up to wiring harness for no code. Long term working on a plug in resistor to fool the ECU into thinking it's still there.
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